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205 ILCS 305/9.1

    (205 ILCS 305/9.1)
    Sec. 9.1. Disclosures of reports of examinations and confidential supervisory information; limitations.
    (1) Any report of examination, visitation, or investigation prepared by the Secretary under this Act or by the state regulatory authority charged with enforcing the Electronic Fund Transfer Act or the Corporate Fiduciary Act or by the state regulatory authority of another state that examines an office of an Illinois credit union in that state, any document or record prepared or obtained in connection with or relating to any examination, visitation, or investigation, and any record prepared or obtained by the Secretary to the extent that the record summarizes or contains information derived from any report, document, or record described in this subsection shall be deemed "confidential supervisory information". Confidential supervisory information shall not include any information or record routinely prepared by a credit union and maintained in the ordinary course of business or any information or record that is required to be made publicly available pursuant to State or federal law or rule.
    (2) Confidential supervisory information is privileged from discovery and shall only be disclosed under the circumstances and for the purposes set forth in this Section.
    (3) Relevant confidential supervisory information may be disclosed under a statute that by its terms or by rules promulgated thereunder requires the disclosure of confidential supervisory information other than by subpoena, summons, warrant, or court order; to the appropriate law enforcement authorities when the Secretary or the credit union reasonably believes the credit union, which the Secretary has caused to be examined, has been a victim of a crime; to other agencies or entities having a legitimate regulatory interest, including, but not limited to, a Federal Home Loan Bank; to the credit union's board, officers, retained professionals, and insurers; to persons seeking to merge with or purchase all or part of the assets of the credit union; and where disclosure is otherwise required for the benefit of the credit union. Disclosure of confidential supervisory information to these persons does not constitute a waiver of the legal privilege otherwise available with respect to the information.
    (4) A person to whom confidential supervisory information is disclosed shall not further disseminate confidential supervisory information.
    (5) (a) Any person upon whom a demand for production of confidential supervisory information is made, whether by subpoena, order, or other judicial or administrative process, must withhold production of the confidential supervisory information and must notify the Secretary of the demand, at which time the Secretary is authorized to intervene for the purpose of enforcing the limitations of this Section or seeking the withdrawal or termination of the attempt to compel production of the confidential supervisory information.
    (b) Any request for discovery or disclosure of confidential supervisory information, whether by subpoena, order, or other judicial or administrative process, shall be made to the Secretary, and the Secretary shall determine within 15 days whether to disclose the information pursuant to procedures and standards that the Secretary shall establish by rule. If the Secretary determines that such information will not be disclosed, the Secretary's decision shall be subject to judicial review under the provisions of the Administrative Review Law, and venue shall be in either Sangamon County or Cook County.
    (c) Any court order that compels disclosure of confidential supervisory information may be immediately appealed by the Secretary and the order shall be automatically stayed pending the outcome of the appeal.
(Source: P.A. 100-64, eff. 8-11-17.)